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As the temperature of a sample of matter is increased, what happens to the average kinetic energy of the particles in the sample? A. It decreases. B. It increases. C. It does not change.
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A process that absorbs heat is a(n) _____ process. A. exothermic B. endothermic C. polythermic D. ectothermic
Weegy: B. endothermic. The process that absorbs heat is called an endothermic process. User: When enthalpy in a system increases, the reaction is considered to be _____. A. neutral B. exothermic C. endothermic Weegy: C. Endothermic User: The heat capacity of an object depends in part on its _____. A. mass B. enthalpy C. shape D. potential energy Weegy: A. Mass User: Energy flows from _________ temperature substances to _________ temperature substances. A. low; high B. high; low C. neutral; low D. neutral; high Weegy: B. high; low User: When a system absorbs heat from its surroundings, it is a(n) _________ process. A. neutral B. exothermic C. endothermic Weegy: B. endothermic. The process that absorbs heat is called an endothermic process. User: As an object becomes hotter, the rate of heat transfer from the object to a cooler body with which it is in contact would A. decrease. B. increase. C. not change. D. No determination can be made from the information given. Weegy: B. Increase As an object becomes hotter, the rate of heat transfer from the object to a cooler body with which it is contact is increases. Rate of heat transfer increases. The rate is proportional to temp difference between hot and cold object. (More)
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Which phrase from the U.S. Constitution BEST reflects the principle of popular sovereignty? A. No person shall be a Senator . . . B. The Congress shall have the Power . . . C. We the People . . . D. Establish Justice . . .
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“We the People . . .” BEST reflects the principle of popular sovereignty.
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Daniel Defoe is considered A. the authority on the plague. B. the founder of the English novel. C. an important English diarist. D. a Nobel Prize–winning author.
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Correctly label the missing words. A. 1-nobles, 2-religion, 3-financial B. 1-people, 2-capitalism, 3-social C. 1-monarchy, 2-nationalism, 3-financial D. 1-nobles, 2-financial, 3-religion
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